PL P Course Descriptions
The Department of Plant Pathology is in the College
of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Degrees, Majors, Minors and Options:
Subject area specialties within the department include mycology, nematology,
virology, microbiology and epidemiology. Research programs within these
specialties emphasize basic and applied research in the areas of plant-microbe
interactions and include pathogenic, symbiotic and beneficial interaction.
These research programs include studies at the molecular, cellular, organismal
and ecosystem level and a number of programs emphasize rhizosphere
Graduate Degrees -- consult the
Graduate Catalog or
department office for details.
- Master of Science (M.S.)
- Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)
Major and Degrees
- Plant Pathology (M.S., Ph.D.)
Applicants to the department should have a bachelor's degree and a solid
background in biology, biochemistry, botany, molecular biology or microbiology
and must submit scores on the tests of the Graduate Record Examination to the
department. Additional information and requirements for the graduate program
can be obtained by directly contacting the department.
For more information contact the department office listed